We are an award-winning Oracle consultancy, providing Project Management, Technology and Training services to support capital-intensive projects. We work collaboratively with clients to provide outstanding value every time.
We deliver projects safely, on time, on budget and to rigorous quality standards.
We combine the prescience that comes only from experience with deep technical knowledge and commercial pragmatism to drive real business outcomes.
We deliver with clients on a partnership basis. We build long-standing relationships, developing a true understanding of each business and its challenges, which enables us to maximise the value we provide.
We have demonstrated expertise in leading the digital transformation of core business and project processes.
Our technical skills are underpinned by a deep understanding of the industries in which we specialise.
Deep Technical Skills
Our reputation for implementing and supporting cloud and on-premise project and finance systems is unrivaled.
Our services are flexible, scalable and value driven; based on years of experience creating sustainable enterprise solutions
What Our Clients Say
“Prescience Technology adds value through their specialist expertise. They were a true partner – they tailored their offering and collaborated to deliver on a partnership basis, it was just what we needed.”
ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE MANAGER, MAJOR AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURER
“I was confident that a consultant from Prescience Technology would know what they were doing. I recommend Prescience because they have good people working for them who are worth paying for.”
SENIOR BUSINESS ANALYST, WESFARMERS RESOURCES
“Prescience Technology was responsible for some great out-of-the-box thinking that invigorated our staff and helped ensure cut-through to get people’s attention. They were successful in achieving our goals and objectives.”
PROJECT MANAGER, LEADING ENERGY PROVIDER
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